WATCH | The new Nissan Juke hits all the right notes

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Nissan has revealed the all-new Juke, the second generation of the model that has defined the crossover market.

As far as power and performance goes, the Juke is offered in only one engine variant - a three-cylinder turbocharged engine with a power output of 85kW. This can be mated to either a 6-speed manual or 7-speed automatic gearbox. With that said, power isn't the focal point.

Improved styling with more space

The current model has undergone a number of changes, most notably on the outside with full LED lights that come as standard. Space on the inside is further enhanced with a boot space capacity of 422-litres, more than adequate for shopping trips of family vacations.

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It borrows a few styling traits from the Micra but it is in the front where you see majority of the changes.

Nissan South Africa says the new Juke has not yet been confirmed for the local market.

Compiled by Robin Classen

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